American families are facing the difficult responsibility of being a caregiver for a family member. The burn-out and burden on those caregivers bring many challenges for family members. There are ways to address burnout.
We are living in crazy times. Yet, too many people react to events after they occur instead of being proactive. Planning longevity and long-term health care is the best planning before we retire when we have more choices.
A new study being tested on high-risk groups may become a breakthrough for COVID-19 and other viral infections. This could benefit both health care works and long-term care residents.
The virus crisis is resulting in many changes in how long-term health care is delivered. Most people want to remain at home. You want a quality facility if you need one. With advance planning, you will be able to enjoy choice and control.
Before you know it, you get older. If you have a loved one who is 65+ or you are looking to plan for your future aging, there are several items to consider from insurance to technology.
Is now really the time we need to be thinking Long-Term Care? Unexpected events influence our savings. Events like 9/11, the 2008 sub-prime mortgage crisis, and the current virus crisis can create losses when we least expect it.
The longevity crisis is not only impacting American families and their finances, but it also impacts employers as their employees must spend time and money providing caregiving for older family members.
One of the results of the virus crisis will be changes in long-term care. These changes should bring even better quality and safeguards. As more Americans need extended care, preparing is essential before retirement.
158 million people in the U.S. are ages 41+ preparing for hopefully a future successful retirement. Costs are increasing and an advance plan is essential.